Hacker News, the social news site, has announced it is rolling out new live streaming capabilities, making it easier for you to catch all the live events in the Cannonball network.
The site has introduced a new live stream widget on the main menu that lets you instantly search for and access Cannonball events that you want to watch live.
“We want you to be able to catch the biggest and most interesting things happening in the world right now, but also be able stream your favorite shows and events that are already live,” a Cannonball spokesperson said.
“In order to stream Cannonball’s events, you need to have an Android device with a Cannonbar, which is a smartphone with a live feed built into the camera.”
You can access the Cannonbar through the live stream app on your smartphone or from the Cannon app on the app store.
You can also check out a curated list of live events for Cannonball in the event hub.
Cannonball has been around since 2014, and has been an active member of the community since then.
You have to pay $10 a month to subscribe to Cannonbar for access to the live video feed.
You get a weekly newsletter that includes more than 30 live events, videos and photos.
You also get access to exclusive content, like the Cannon bar, which hosts special Cannonball content.
“Cannonball is an online community that is the most active and most engaged with its members,” the Cannonberys spokesperson said in a statement.
“While we’ve made some changes to Cannonball, we’ve never had a focus on removing content from the platform before.”
Cannonball launched in February of this year, and the site has seen a spike in users.
As the site expanded, so too did the number of Cannonballs available for viewing.
You could see the number go from over 1 million in March to more than 3 million in October.
“A large part of what makes Cannonball unique is the level of content we offer, and now we’ve added live video to the Cannon service to help us continue to expand our audience,” the site said in the statement.
The Cannonball live stream service is available for free on Android devices.
You will need an Android-based device to watch videos from the service, but if you are on a Mac, you can still access Cannonbar with your Mac or PC.
You’ll need an active Cannonbar account in order to view live events.
Cannonbar is currently available in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, France, and Austria.
For the rest of the world, you’ll have to sign up for a Cannon bar subscription in order for you and other Cannonbar users to see Cannonball shows.
“Live video streaming is a really exciting feature for us,” Cannonball said in its statement.
Cannonballs live stream can be accessed through the Cannoncast app, which was developed by Facebook.
The app will also allow you to subscribe for live events via the CannonBar widget on its home page.
The live video stream will be available from March to September, when Cannonbar hosts its annual live video event in San Francisco.